Students’ Past Presentations

The following papers from the PTG Lab were presented in M.O.M. Conference and published in M.O.M. Journal.

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Duronio, J., & Marton, V. (2017). One construct, two measures: Exploring the relationship between the CD-RISC and BRS. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 19.

Harrison, L., & Duronio, J. (2017). Does childhood trauma inhibit the ability to perceive growth in adulthood? Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 19.

Seyburn, S., Vens, K., & Harrison, L. (2017). Which source of social support is more predictive of growth over time? Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 19.

Duronio, J., & Marton, V. (2017, May). One construct, two measures: The relationship between the CD-RISC and BRS. Poster session presented at the 25th Meeting of Minds.

Harrison, L., & Duronio, J. (2017, May). Does childhood trauma inhibit the ability to perceive growth in adulthood? Poster session presented at the 25th Meeting of Minds.

Seyburn, S., & Vens, K. (2017, May). Which source of social support is more predictive of growth over time? Poster session presented at the 25th Meeting of Minds.

Harrison, L., Osowski, G., Seyburn, S., & Walenski, A. (2016). Wrongdoers and instigators: Stress and posttraumatic growth in a sample of high school students. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 18.

Harrison, L., Osowski, G., Seyburn, S., & Walenski, A. (2016, May). Wrongdoers and instigators: Relationships between perceived stress and posttraumatic growth in high school students. Poster session presented at the 24th Meeting of Minds.

Seyburn, S., & Walenski, A. (2016, May). Do the sources of social support affect posttraumatic growth? Poster session presented at the 24th Meeting of Minds.

Genaw, J., & McDiarmid, L. (2015). High school bullying in Japan and America: Impact on self-esteem and personal growth. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 17.

McDiarmid, L. (2015). Self-enhancement while reporting positive psychological changes resulting from a stressful event: Research on Japanese and American youth. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 17.

Walenski, A., & Genaw, J. (2015). Gender and age differences in the development of hope post stressful life experiences. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 17.

Genaw, J., & McDiarmid, L. (2015, May). High school bullying in Japan and America: Impact on self-esteem and personal growth. Poster session presented at the 23rd Meeting of Minds.

McDiarmid, L., & Walenski, A. (2015, May). Japanese and American youth: What does personal growth mean? Poster session presented at the 23rd Meeting of Minds.

Walenski, A., & Genaw, J. (2015, May). How does age and adversity affect the level of hope? Poster session presented at the 23rd Meeting of Minds.

LaLonde L., & Elam, S. G. (2014). Pathways to posttraumatic growth: Effects of rumination on shaken beliefs after Great Japan Earthquake. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 16.

Hendrian, R., & McGuire, K. L. (2014). Posttraumatic growth in adolescents after sports-related injuries. Poster session presented at the 22nd Meeting of minds.

LaLonde L., & Elam, S. G. (2014). Pathways to posttraumatic growth: Can the way we ruminate about an event affect our experience of growth? Poster session presented at the 22nd Meeting of Minds.

McGuire, K. L., & Elam, S, G. (2014). Heart-breaker vs. heart-broken: Does it matter for posttraumatic growth? Oral session presented at the 22nd Meeting of Minds.

McGuire, K., & Elam, S. (2013). Romantic Relationship Dissolutions: Assessing Posttraumatic Growth Cross-Culturally Between American and Japanese Undergraduate Students. Meeting of the Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 15.

Elam, S., & McGuire, K. (2013). The Influence of Disclosure and Religiosity on the Posttraumatic Growth of Bereaved Adolescents.  Meeting of the Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 15.

Taku, K., Pierson, V. & Sawa, M. (2012). Subjective Definitions of Growth and Religions Correlate with Posttraumatic Growth. Poster session presented at the 120th American Psychological Association Convention in Orlando, Florida.

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Sawa, M.S., & Pierson, V. J. (2012). Religious strength and posttraumatic growth: Examining the effect of alcohol consumption in college students. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 14.

Crispin, C., & Sawa, M. S. (2012). The effect of disclosure on Relating to Others domain of posttraumatic growth. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 14.

Yanos, B. R. (2011). Posttraumatic Growth and Perceived Changes in Physical Health: Exploring Events Triggering Lifestyle Change. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 13.

Nagorka, J., & Rogers, L. (2011, May). Assessing degrees of growth with the Posttraumatic Growth Inventory: A literature review and analysis. Poster session presented at the 19th Meeting of Minds.

Pierson, V. J., Butler, T. C., & Callan, S. P. (2011, May). Social aspects of posttraumatic growth: How disclosure and satisfaction facilitates a greater feeling of relating to others. Poster session presented at the 19th Meeting of Minds.

Yanos, B. R., & Nagorka, J. (2011, May). Posttraumatic growth and perceived changes in physical health: Exploring events triggering lifestyle change. Poster session presented at the 19th Meeting of Minds.

Jarrell, L. (2010). Posttraumatic growth, perceived directness of traumatic events, and religious strength among students. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 12.

Rogers, L., Callan S., & Phillips, M. S. (2010). The effects of living arrangement and nation on posttraumatic growth. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 12.

Yanos, B. R., Phillips, M. S., & Rogers, L. (2010). Differences between the most experienced traumatic events on posttraumatic growth. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 12.

Pierson, V. J. (2010, September). Personal strengths resulting from trauma: The United States and Japan’s contrasting views on positive change and personal growth. Poster session presented at the New Student Convocation 2010.

Callan, S., Phillips, M. S., Rogers, L. (2010, May). Different factor structures: Discrepancy between American and Japanese understandings of posttraumatic growth. Poster session presented at the 18th Meeting of Minds.

Jarrell, L., Callan, S., LaFramboise, A., Phillips, M. S. (2010, May). Posttraumatic growth and perceived directness of traumatic events among students who report different levels of religious strength. Poster session presented at the 18th Meeting of Minds.

LaFramboise, A. (2010, May). A literature review of the Posttraumatic Growth Inventory: Examining the use of total scores and subscale scores. Poster session presented at the 18th Meeting of Minds.

Phillips, M. S.& Callan, S. (2010, May). Positive health changes in relation to posttraumatic growth. Poster session presented at the 18th Meeting of Minds.

Rogers, L., Callan, S., & Phillips, M. S. (2010, May). Where you live and where you’re from: The effects of living arrangement and nation on posttraumatic growth. Poster session presented at the 18th Meeting of Minds.

Yanos, B., Phillips, M. S., Callan, S., & Rogers, L. (2010, May). Effects of the most common traumatic events on posttraumatic growth: Death, romantic relationship problems, and family issues. Poster session presented at the 18th Meeting of Minds.

Lewitzke, K. A. (2009). Examining level of optimism with nation differences and posttraumatic growth. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 11, 116-121.

Phillips, M. S. (2009). Posttraumatic growth and perceived directness of a traumatic event in American and Japanese university students. Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 11, 110-115.

Wrobel, N. (2009). Reviewing three decades worth of statistical advancements in industrial-organizational psychological research.Meeting of Minds Journal of Undergraduate Research, 11, 95-100.

Lewitzke. K. A., & Taku, K. (2009, September). Different Cultures, Different Results: Do women experience a positive change after crisis more than men? Poster session presented at the New Student Convocation 2009.

Wrobel, N. (2009, September). Could younger researchers be responsible for statistical analysis of older researchers? Poster session presented at the New Student Convocation 2009.

Craite, J., & Lewitzke, K. A. (2009, May). Posttraumatic growth as a benefit of breast cancer. Poster session presented at the 17th Meetings of Minds.

Lewitzke, K. A., & Wrobel, N. (2009, May). Examining level of optimism with nation differences and posttraumatic growth. Paper session presented at the 17th Meetings of Minds.

Phillips, M. S., & Trevorrow, B. N. (2009, May). Perceived directness and posttraumatic growth in American and Japanese university students. Poster session presented at the 17th Meetings of Minds.

Trevorrow, B. N., & Phillips, M. S. (2009, May). Relation of death and its association to posttraumatic growth among U.S. college students. Poster session presented at the 17th Meetings of Minds.

Wrobel, N. (2009, May). Reviewing three decades worth of statistical advancements in industrial-organizational psychological research. Paper session presented at the 17th Meetings of Minds.

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